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Raikkonen has lost 'edge' - Coulthard

Raikkonen has lost 'edge' - Coulthard

Kimi Raikkonen's former team-mate David Coulthard says it is time Ferrari considered replacing the Finn as he has reached a plateau Coulthard recognises from his own Formula 1 career

Todt tells Ecclestone to stop slating F1

Todt tells Ecclestone to stop slating F1

FIA president Jean Todt has urged Bernie Ecclestone to cut his public criticism of various aspects of Formula 1

Secret Mechanic: How McLaren's woes affect its crew

Secret Mechanic: How McLaren's woes affect its crew

Initially optimistic that the tough times would be shortlived, the faith of McLaren's personnel is being tested, while a storm created by Red Bull's bosses hangs over that garage. The SECRET MECHANIC can empathise

Max Mosley in his own words

Max Mosley in his own words

As he returns to the spotlight with the release of his autobiography, former FIA president Max Mosley opens up to MAURICE HAMILTON for our sister magazine F1 Racing

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De Villota crash details explained

Maria de Villota was "fighting" the Marussia Formula 1 car and struggling to slow down when she crashed into an articulated trailer during a test in 2012, documents have revealed

Lopez rejects Monteiro clash criticism

Honda's Tiago Monteiro slammed World Touring Car champion Jose Maria Lopez after their Paul Ricard collision, but the Citroen driver insisted he did not feel even 'one per cent guilty'

Assessing Hamilton's BTCC debut

Nicolas Hamilton knew becoming the British Touring Car Championship's first disabled driver was not going to stop people seeing him as Formula 1 world champion Lewis's brother before anything else

Todt tells Ecclestone to stop slating F1

FIA president Jean Todt has urged Bernie Ecclestone to cut his public criticism of various aspects of Formula 1

Renault to be a Formula E constructor

Renault has confirmed it will join Citroen in having a factory presence as a Formula E powertrain manufacturer next season

F1 News

De Villota crash details explained

Maria de Villota was "fighting" the Marussia Formula 1 car and struggling to slow down when she crashed into an articulated trailer during a test in 2012, documents have revealed

Todt tells Ecclestone to stop slating F1

FIA president Jean Todt has urged Bernie Ecclestone to cut his public criticism of various aspects of Formula 1

Force India now aiming for Red Bull

Force India has set its sights on Red Bull and fourth place in the Formula 1 constructors' championship as its upgraded car arrives for the British Grand Prix

F1 should make 'huge' wheel size jump

Pirelli motorsport director Paul Hembery says Formula 1 should make a "huge jump" in tyre size and not get fixated on proposals for 18-inch wheels

MotoGP News

Bradl to undergo surgery on scaphoid

Forward Racing MotoGP rider Stefan Bradl requires surgery on a fractured right scaphoid following a crash in Saturday's Dutch TT at Assen

Marquez and Rossi at odds over clash

Marc Marquez is adamant he deserved victory in the Assen MotoGP race and that Valentino Rossi's actions in their final-lap collision were unfair

Rossi beats Marquez after late touch

Valentino Rossi defeated Marc Marquez in a final-lap thriller to win the Dutch TT at Assen and stretch his MotoGP championship lead

Ducati loses concessions from 2016

Ducati will lose its concessions for the 2016 MotoGP season following an adjustment to the rules agreed at Assen this weekend

Rallying News

Loix takes 10th Ypres win amid drama

Veteran Belgian star Freddy Loix clinched a 10th Ypres Rally victory in a dramatic European Rally Championship round featuring incidents for Craig Breen, Bryan Bouffier, Kevin Abbring and Stephane Lefebvre

FIA will examine running order row

The FIA will closely examine the World Rally Championship's current running order regulations at the end of the season, says its president Jean Todt

Mikkelsen pens new Volkswagen deal

Andreas Mikkelsen has secured a long-term extension to his Volkswagen World Rally Championship contract

WRC drivers to meet over SOS system

World Rally Championship drivers will meet with FIA rally director Jarmo Mahonen to clarify the situation over the cars' onboard 'SOS' button following the Lorenzo Bertelli controversy in Portugal

WEC News

Aston driver Goethe out of hospital

Aston Martin driver Roald Goethe is out of hospital and able to walk after sustaining two broken vertebrae in an accident during the Le Mans 24 Hours earlier this month

Ex-333SP team back to prototypes

The team that gave Ferrari's 333SP its first victory over 20 years ago will return to international prototype racing with the new Ligier LMP3 in the Asian Le Mans Series

Jos Verstappen plans Le Mans return

Ex-Formula 1 driver Jos Verstappen could be part of an all-Dutch squad at next year's Le Mans 24 Hours

Nissan ran without hybrid at Le Mans

Nissan has admitted that its front-wheel-drive GT-R LM NISMO LMP1 contender raced in last weekend's Le Mans 24 Hours without its hybrid system engaged

WTCC News

Lopez rejects Monteiro clash criticism

Honda's Tiago Monteiro slammed World Touring Car champion Jose Maria Lopez after their Paul Ricard collision, but the Citroen driver insisted he did not feel even 'one per cent guilty'

Lopez battles from eighth to victory

Jose Maria Lopez won the second World Touring Car Championship race at Paul Ricard to make it a clean sweep of Citroen victories at its home circuit

Loeb dominates Ricard WTCC opener

Sebastien Loeb led from pole to flag at Paul Ricard to claim his third World Touring Car Championship win of 2015, as Citroen marked its home race by finishing 1-2-3-4

Loeb claims WTCC pole at home

Citroen's Sebastien Loeb grabbed pole for his and the team's home World Touring Car Championship round at Paul Ricard in France

IndyCar News

'Insane' race concerns IndyCar drivers

Several leading IndyCar drivers including Juan Pablo Montoya, Will Power and Tony Kanaan slammed the series after several large accidents in Saturday's Fontana race

Rahal wins controversial Fontana race

Graham Rahal ended a streak of 125 IndyCar races without a win in a frantic Fontana event that ended under a full course caution following a big incident

Pagenaud beats Castroneves to pole

Simon Pagenaud will lead an all-Penske front row for Saturday's IndyCar race at Fontana after beating Helio Castroneves to pole position on Friday afternoon

Dixon heads second Fontana session

Scott Dixon took Ganassi to the top of the timesheets in the second practice session for this weekend's IndyCar round at Fontana

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